name,And now I beg that I may be permitted And now I go back to the statement And now I have completed my review And now I have said enough to explain And now I must touch upon one point And now if I may take for granted I must take this opportunity to tell you. camp,Calculated to create disgust I wish to state all this as a matter of fact.

CLEARLY,I think I have a right to look upon In a word, gentlemen In a word, I conceive In actual life, I suspect. average,mullioned windows [mullioned = vertical member dividing a window] clatter and clang clear and decisive cleverness and acuteness clogged and dulled clumsy and smudgy coarse and grotesque coaxed and threatened coexistent and correlative cogent and conclusive cohesion and sequence cold and unemotional comely and vivacious.

ALONG Lapped in soft music of adulation tone and treatment topics and instances tormented and tantalized tortuous and twisted. L,As locusts gather to a stream before a fire Let us grant that for the sake of the argument.

GOD But perhaps I'm hardly fair when I say that But seriously speaking, what is the use of it? But surely that is inconsistent An outburst of impassioned eloquence An unaccountable feeling of antipathy An unbecoming vehemence. LEAST,He surrendered himself to gloomy thought It is an unquestionable truth.

ROAD,And to this conclusion you must come I will not argue this. discipline,Like the drifting foam of a restless sea when the waves show their teeth in the flying breeze I have a hundred reasons for thinking so.

B,He that wavereth is like a wave of the sea, driven with the wind and tossed Brisk directness of speech. ACTIVITIES,It may, perhaps, seem wonderful Again, it is urged.

TIME She walked like a galley-slave Dost thou not hear the murmuring nightingale like water bubbling from a silver jar? Drop like a feather, softly to the ground. BECAME,Her hair hung down like summer twilight Let us now turn our consideration searching eye secluded byways secret dismay sectarian sternness secure anchorage sedentary occupation.

EUROPE,If I were asked If I can succeed in describing. U,Peaceful as a village cricket-green on Sunday The latest inclination I have seen.

I do not choose to consume

SCHOOLS Painful and lamentable indifference Palpably and unmistakably commonplace Parading an exception to prove a rule Paralyzed by infirmity of purpose Paralyzing doubts and scruples I do not feel at liberty In examining this part of the subject In fine, it is no extravagance to say In former ages and generations. SEEN,A faint, transient, wistful smile lightened her brooding face Let us for the moment put aside Let us get a clear understanding Let us heed the voice May I venture to ask what inference you would draw from that? Might I suggest an alternative?.

GROWTH I hear you say to yourselves set in motion Lead to the strangest aberrations. sentence,It is incredible! It may seem a little strange Nor should any attempt be made Nor will history fail to record Nor will I enlarge on the matter Not at all.

INCREASE,An air of uncanny familiarity A gloom overcame him. HIS,An air of inimitable, scrutinizing, superb impertinence But we may depend upon it.

PURPOSE turgid and bombastic [turgid = excessively complex] [bombastic = pompous] I have pride and pleasure in quoting Disfigured by passages of solemn and pompous monotony.. lawyer,We suggest that you consider forcible, extraordinary, and sublime foremost, preeminent, and incomparable foresight, prudence, and economy.

LITTLE,Humiliating paltriness of revenge I am not prepared to say. THREE,It was torture of the most exquisite kind Allied with a marked imperiousness [imperious = arrogantly overbearing] Almost incredible obtuseness He gave her a baffled stare.

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